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New Bose CSP models simplify commercial sound system setup and operation.

For Immediate Release

Bose Professional Offers New Commercial Sound Processors

CSP models simplify commercial sound system setup and operation

Framingham, MA, January 29, 2019 Bose Professional CSP-1248 and CSP-428 commercial sound processors are part of a comprehensive platform that includes loudspeakers, controls, and software that help installers deliver premium sound systems efficiently – without extensive DSP training.  These debut models in the new Bose commercial sound processor product line are designed to serve as standalone DSPs in applications such as retail stores and restaurants, or any public place where modest processing and high-quality sound are desired. An onboard CSP configuration utility and intuitive browser-based UI provide a quick-setup workflow. All levels, routing, thresholds, and priorities are displayed in real-time, eliminating guesswork and common tasks are presented in a logical manner, so that systems can be configured faster, reducing installation time while increasing setup accuracy.

Bose CSPs offer the right mix of inputs and outputs. These include balanced analog I/O and mono-summed RCA inputs, as well as control inputs, control outputs, and a mute contact. A Bose AmpLink output on each model allows for a simplified digital audio connection to compatible power amplifiers, reducing terminations and related points of failure. In addition to enabling configuration via Mac or PC, the rear-panel Ethernet port connects to optional ControlCenter zone controllers and the ControlSpace Remote app for deploying reliable end user control options.

Once installed, Bose-proprietary algorithms offer predictable performance, making
Bose CSPs the convenient solution for end users. Opti-source level management monitors the input level of up to four sources, maintaining a consistent volume level between them. SmartBass processing expands performance and response at any listening level and Opti-voice paging provides a smooth transition between music and page signals.
When combined with the Bose AVM-1 sense microphone (purchased separately), AutoVolume compensation continuously adapts zone output level based on the ambient noise of an active space.

New Bose CSP-1248 and CSP-428 commercial sound processors are part of the significantly expanded Bose Music Systems portfolio that includes redesigned loudspeakers, amplifiers, DSP processors, controllers and software products that raise the bar in meeting the expectations of system integrators, consultants and their customers in terms of aesthetics, function, quality and budget.

To learn more, please visit PRO.BOSE.COM.

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About Bose Corporation
Bose Corporation was founded in 1964 by Dr. Amar G. Bose, then a professor of electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Today, the company is driven by its founding principles, investing in long-term research with one fundamental goal: to develop new technologies with real customer benefits. Bose innovations have spanned decades and industries, creating and transforming categories in audio and beyond. Bose products for the home, in the car, on the go and in public spaces have become iconic, changing the way people listen to music.

Bose Corporation is privately held. The company’s spirit of invention, passion for excellence, and commitment to extraordinary customer experiences can be found around the world – everywhere Bose does business.

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Bose Professional Systems Division




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